Roman coins were minted in Australia between the years 150 BC and AD 400.
They are valued at around $25.
That’s according to Coin Price Report, a website that tracks Australian coins.
The latest report from Coin Price report shows the value of the Roman coins has risen by around 25% since the report was published on Tuesday.
But how much of a bump are you willing to accept?
The latest numbers show that the total value of all Australian coins now stands at $4.6 billion, up from $3.8 billion in 2016.
That means the average Australian coin is now worth a whopping $25,000.
It’s a staggering number for a coin that was minted for less than $1.5 million.
The number of coins minted during the reign of Augustus has also risen from 2,700 to 3,000, making it the most prolific period in Australia’s coin history.
That has left the average coin minted between 200 BC and 500 AD worth about $1,200, according to the report.
The report says coins were used as a form of currency in Australia for over a millennium before the arrival of the British.
It estimates that Australia minted over 9,500 tonnes of Roman coins in a single year.
The bulk of them were used in the Roman Empire, and the coins have been in use since the fifth century AD.
But the Roman empire collapsed in about 70 AD.
The coins were also used in other areas, including the Australian outback.
The Australian Government says the coins were worth up to $3 million to $6 million in the 1990s.
That includes the coins used in recent Australian bank robberies, as well as a number of other crimes.
They were used to buy drugs and pay for stolen goods.
The Federal Government has estimated that about 40% of all Roman coins will have been stolen in the past 20 years.
The first coins were produced between 100 and 120 BC, and there are no records of any of them ever being found.
But they did turn up in recent years, including in the recent Sydney Opera House robbery.
It appears that many of the coins from that incident were stolen from banks in Melbourne.
The next big spike came in 2006, when a group of robbers broke into a Sydney bank.
They stole a total of $4 million worth of coins.
But when the bank realised the damage had been done and had already issued a warning about the theft, they gave the robbers another $300,000 in compensation.
The thieves had previously stolen $4,500 worth of Australian coins from the Bank of Australia in Melbourne and the Commonwealth Bank of NSW in Sydney.
The same group of thieves also targeted the Australian dollar in Sydney in 2007.
In all of those cases, the robbers had also stolen money from banks across Australia.
But some of the stolen coins were then returned to Australia by the banks.
Those coins were later exchanged for cash, but the amount they were worth in Australia has since fallen significantly.
So, despite the theft of some of Australia’s most valuable coins in the late 1990s, the current value of a coin now stands around $12,000 or so.
In 2018, there were another series of bank robberies that caused a large loss.
About two weeks ago, the Federal Government announced that they would increase penalties for bank robbers, including those who steal bank money.
But while it was announced that penalties would be increased, the amount of coins stolen in a given day is unlikely to increase as a result.
But that doesn’t mean that the current price of a piece of Roman coin has fallen.
In the past few years, some coins have actually risen in value.
For example, a number that was used in a robbery in the Sydney Opera house last year, was worth about £25, but is now valued at $42, according for Coin Price Reports.
And in 2017, a coin minting in South Australia was sold for $10,000 on eBay.
This is not to say that all of Australia is in a minting slump.
The value of coins that have been minted is still quite high, especially when compared to the value that was once expected.
But it has now fallen enough that the Australian Government is now working to bring it back up to some value.